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Slavic

Slavic is an adjective that describes something or someone derived from certain Central European and Eastern European ethnic groups.

Slavic groups include Russian, Serbian, Croatian, Slovenian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian, Czech, Slovak, Polish, Macedonian, etc. See Slavic peoples.

Slavic is also an adjective that describes languages spoken by Slavic peoples. See Slavic languages.



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